Play’n GO take a trip to the farm in latest launch. Play’n GO have released their final title of 2020, with a simple little slot by the name of Piggy Bank Farm.
This is not just another excellent release from Play’n GO; it also marks the fulfillment of their 52-game promise for 2020. While it was never really in doubt that the supplier would deliver, it’s now official.
Starting with Legacy of the Dead back in January, and finishing with this latest title, it’s been a phenomenal year for Play’n GO, with the release of a number of high-profile slots that performed brilliantly in the market.
A casual slot, perfect for a broader demographic, Piggy Bank Farm follows the story of Farmer Joe, who planted some plastic pieces with some valuable coins and up sprouted a field of Piggy Banks! It’s a zany premise guaranteed to bring a smile to players faces as they play this fun title.
Piggy Bank Farm has a markedly different feel from the adventurous theme of last week’s Golden Osiris release, and it is this variety that has made this year such a success for them.
Titles like Riches of Robin, Rich Wilde and the Shield of Athena, and Dawn of Egypt were just three titles to dominate upon their release; while innovative slots like Diamond Vortex, Gold Volcano and Riddle Reels; A Case of Riches all offered brand new ways for players to enjoy slot entertainment.
Of course, this year saw several high-profile sequels also put out into the market, the most anticipated being Reactoonz 2, which saw record numbers on its release day, and beyond.
While the year might be over, the work isn’t, according to CEO Johan Törnqvist, speaking about the company’s success “We have seen ourselves progress and raise the bar year on year at Play’n GO and, while 2020 represents our most outstanding achievement to date, we’re still looking for more. We will continue to innovate, to entertain and to provide world-class services to our operating partners, as we look to cement our place as the worlds’ number one supplier. 2020 was great, 2021 will be even better.”
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